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- adv. In an elastic manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an elastic manner; by an elastic power; with a spring.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an elastic manner; with elasticity or power of accommodation.
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If we are to group him at all, it must be with the essayists, using that term elastically enough to include with him our own Irving, and such Englishmen as Swift and Carlyle.
Resilience is defined, in physics, as the capacity of some material to absorb energy and respond elastically so as to retain its integrity and not become deformed as a result of the forces it is subject to.
As to your point two, I would expect that the group most likely to save rather than spend is the same group that will be paying the bills and they supply, arguably, labor more elastically, and have a lower MPS.
"Black Curve Diagonal," climbing and falling—as clean as a whistle; as weighted as a death rattle—extends elastically, laterally.
As data continues to grow at alarming rates, cloud provides the platform to elastically grow to support the increasing data volume.
Low-quality land and agricultural workers are too elastically supplied to be big gainers.
And if the ball has more kinetic energy on the throw (elastically returned after hitting it with a bat) and the bat has more energy, you are going to get a greater distance travelled – equalling more home runs.
All this straining on their part about “information theory” and impossibilities is directly related to their underlying misconception or deliberate misrepresentation that atoms and molecules just bang off each other elastically unless some “intelligence” produces some kind of arrangements of these.
A bunch of spheres elastically colliding with each other (and the walls of their container) possesses a well-defined temperature.
Lying on her bed, I watched her get ready, sheathed elastically in a longline bra and panty girdle.